Dropping Out | Niamh Burns
290 pages | Whiskey Tit | 3.1.23
Rory Langford is in a downward spiral. After losing his father to suicide, he is cut adrift from a family he has always been at odds with: an older sister who has never understood him, and a grieving mother who can't even bear the sight of him. Equal parts punk rock paean and Shakespearean tragedy, Dropping Out is a blistering portrait of addiction and self-immolation.
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